- C$55 per person for a three-hour weekday Intro to Sailing Trip (C$110 value per person)
During the weekday Intro to Sailing Trip, escape from the hectic city and spend three hours indulging in fresh morning winds, afternoon sun, or a romantic evening sunset on a luxury 37' yacht on Lake Ontario. The Intro to Sailing excursion takes participants on an interactive trip around the Toronto Islands, where they can also choose to control the sails, take the helm, or sit back and experience the thrill of the adventure. Topics covered include how to tack, gybe, and hove-to.
Gone Sailing Adventures
Senior instructor and licensed ship's master Howard Colt and his crew of three captains helm Gone Sailing Adventures, where they share their joy for sailing with the public. Passionate about wind, water, and the magic of sailing, the crew inspires nautical enthusiasts to launch into a lifetime of adventures. Gone Sailing Adventures boasts a wide range of programs geared toward all levels of thrill-seekers who are looking to harness the wind or achieve team-building goals. Its instructional programs are comprehensive, fully certified by Sail Canada and recognized worldwide. The Team of certified instructors and licensed captains uphold the highest standards of professionalism, safety, and congeniality while manning Transport Canada-licensed vessels.
84% of 37 customers recommend
“Excellent experience, definitely recommend!!”
“Definitely go! Perfect way to spend any occasion or to simply do something beyond the everyday routine!!”
“Very good experience. The skipper Howie is very knowledgable and loves sailing. Go to the restroom before you board as there is no toilet on the boat. You might want...”
“Very good experience. The skipper Howie is very knowledgable and loves sailing. Go to the restroom before you board as there is no toilet on the boat. You might want to eat before as well - otherwise there is some grenola bars offered on board. Plan some extra time for parking as Queens Quay street is one big construction site until mid 2015. This was my first, but definitely not my last trip with Gone Sailing Adventures.”